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... Veronica from Ubrecht, who is to take us to the rooftops of Madrid. I wrote a review for the tour;
"This was an interesting tour to do but it may be better not to try it on a weekend when the locals fill the rooftops you come to see. There were two roofs that were simply unavailable on the day we went which was a pity as these two were presumably the better vantage points. Veronica our guide was very enthusiastic and we still had a nice walking tour around the city, with ...
Madrid Our day of travel to Madrid started early with an 8am bus from Florencce to Pisa airport. This took over an hour which left us little time to book in to the infamous Ryanair. We were able to skip the queue as we were running a bit late but we had priority bookings which let us walk last all the early birds already queuing. Once on board, we were told that we had missed our take off spot and so had to sit on the tarmac for an hour. Once underway ...
... about the monarchy in Spain. With the exception of one, the general consensus seemed to be for the removal of the monarchy in Spain. Many said the monarchs are too corrupt to properly run the country, and that a monarchy is an outdated system.
This negative public opinion has much to do with the media’s portrayal of the monarchy. In 2007, satirical magazine El Jueves published a cartoon mocking his son Felipe, now the new king. The magazine was then impounded for ...
... br> 7. Take your time going to the toilet, maybe even use your lonely planet to plan some of your trip!
8. Have a game of hide and seek - be better at it than we were.
9. Get up close and personal with Ryan Reynolds (swoon)
10. Learn some spanish dance
11. Gorge yourself on burger king
12. Have a work out - you´ve eaten too much burger king
13. Indulge in some plane watching
14. Check some people in
15. Find a comfy place to ...
... and it is not frowned upon at all.
I'm beginning to kind of become familiar with most people in the IES program. Especially at the trip to Templo de Debod I realized that I knew at least casually most of the people who had shown up. They are all friendly and eager to make the most of their experience here. Hopefully I will be able to make long lasting friendships with some of these people.